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Plate 191.

Plate 191: EUCALYPTUS ANGOPHOROIDES R. T. Baker (1,2) [See also Plate 91.] EUCALYPTUS KYBEANENSIS Maiden and Cambage. (3,4) Lithograph by Margaret Flockton.



E. angophoroides R. T. Baker (concluded).

  • 1a, 1b. Different stages of intermediate leaves, to be compared with those on the preceding Plate. Wyndham, N.S.W. (J. L. Boorman.)
  • 2. Perhaps the largest intermediate leaf I have seen in this species. Wyndham (E. C. Andrews per R. H. Cambage.)

E. Kybeanensis Maiden and Cambage.

  • 3a. Mature leaf; 3b, young buds with rounded opercula; 3c, front and back views of anther; 3d, fruits on a rachis square in section, which is unusual in fruiting specimens in Eucalyptus. This species is therefore one of the few which flower when the foliage is in the juvenile stage. Kybean, Monaro, N.S.W. (R. H. Cambage.) The type.
  • 4a, 4b. Juvenile leaves (N.B., the mature leaf is similar to 3a); 4c, very young buds, with pointed opercula; 4d, 4e, fruits. Blackheath, Blue Mountains, N.S.W. (R. H. Cambage and J.H.M.)
  • At one time labelled C, and looked upon as a hybrid of E. stricta Sieb. See Part IX, p. 283.
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